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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-07-2019, 01:39 PM Thread Starter
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newbie 2011 Yamaha vx deluxe every time I take it out runs fine for 5 min. than buzzer for overheating comes on. Does not seem to do it when connected to hose? Stuck thermostat or sensor where to look
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I believe there is a inlet filter on the jet pump stator. Might make sure it is not plugged.
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I believe there is a inlet filter on the jet pump stator. Might make sure it is not plugged.
As Rods stated. Check the screen for the inlet. It's a small 1"x 2" or so, 4 bolt cover on the left side of the pump. At About 8 o'clock.
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Thanks, checked that screen and all was clear. Pulled off exhaust manifold found little blockage , cleaned that and tested the sensors on that side and all seem fine. Searching to find if there is a thermostat that may be blocked but it seems there is NONE on a VX Deluxe?? Is that correct? Looking to find the engine temp. sensor think it is under intake but can not find it, will have to try and trace wires and see how hard it is to access and test that. Running on flush the alarm does go off after 5 minutes of running. Any ideas on where to look next is appreciated.
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